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Long Grove faces water tower decision

Long Grove’s water tower needs “some type of restoration” in the next three years, according to the city’s engineer, who presented options ranging from $25,000 to $205,000 at the Sept. 11 city council meeting. more

$3.16 million low bid launches sewer line work

Excavation will begin after harvest on a 2.5-mile sewer line from Eldridge’s Buttermilk Road sewer lagoons to the city’s expanded South Slope sewage treatment plant. more

Princeton to consider condo option

The corporate campus planned for Princeton now may include options for condo suites above business offices. more

Audit erodes decades of trust

“I believe we got played.” more

Eldridge studies traffic lights for E. LeClaire

In about a month, Eldridge residents will learn where new traffic lights might work best on East LeClaire Road. more

City aims for state certification of south side industrial park

Two years ago, Eldridge mayor Marty O’Boyle posed on the middle of Slopertown Road for a North Scott Press report on the city’s plans for a 500-acre industrial park on Eldridge’s southern border. more

Audit alleges double-dipping

A new Iowa Audit discloses a half million dollars of improper and insufficiently documented salary, expense payments and benefits, almost all from Joel McCubbin, the longtime public works director for Long Grove and the Park View Water and Sanitary District. more

First candidate steps up for water district

Last year, Valerie Van Ee and Julia Guy joined more than 50 Park View residents crowded into water and sanitary district board meetings with concerns about persistently brown water. more

Home additions may gain some extra room

Eric Gruenhagen remains ready to start work on his home addition the instant Eldridge council members provide a formal exception to the city’s hard and fast 30-foot setback rule. more

One big pond: Council agrees city should own Winfield stormwater area

Long Grove council members support a regional storm water detention plan for developer Dale Grunwald’s existing Winfield Estate subdivision and the next two additions. more

Dollar General proceeds without city help

Princeton cannot use city savings to help Dollar General extend a city water line. more

Princeton seeks $75K for Dollar General

Princeton council members will meet 4 p.m., Monday, Aug. 20 to consider spending $75,000 in city savings to complete a water pipe loop to the new Dollar General Store, which opened earlier this month without water service. more
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